screen brum with Duke St. Workshop

Blake and Tim’s recent Radio Brum broadcast finds the duo going in search of horror’s relevance in film and culture, this being a radio show the focus draws heavily on the musical content of the posed question with a smattering of key note examples from such hallowed filmic corner stones as ‘rosemary’s baby’, ‘wicker man’, ‘the witch finder general’ and of course ‘Halloween’ along the way occasional stops at deserted motels in the company of Broadcast, the Stones and Tindersticks along with a chilling show closing fireside reading by James Earl Jones of ‘the Raven’ by Edgar Allen Poe. Amongst all the creeps, creaks and frights Wigan based weird ear’s Duke St. Workshop drop by for a chat.

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